Electoral Reform in the UK

Let us start with the assumption that the case for an Electoral Reform has been made. Anyone who denies that now can surely only be doing so because they have a vested interest in the status quo. I will leave you, dear reader, to work out who that might be.
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Labour and the 2020 General Election

Osbourne’s political masterpiece of a budget has already placed the Tories firmly within the centre ground whilst the Labour Party is still in disarray and shock over the election, divided and not knowing what it can do to win back the votes it has lost.
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Is Jeremy Corbyn the Answer?

Does it want Liz Kendall, the centre-right, Blairite candidate, who risks Labour losing the little support it still has? Does it want Yvette Cooper or Andy Burnham, where they would continue a confused in-between policy, similar to that of Ed Miliband, who lost the election?
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The Budget, the Election and Student: Where Do They Stand?

However, painting the picture in this way ignores the very real fact that those young people who do vote are amongst the most vocal of any group that does so. We are, after all, discussing approximately four and a half million individuals, all of whom have more time and are arguably more invested in the outcome of today’s politics than are members of any other age group.
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